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My battery went dead while towing it. Since I recharged the battery, I get the message "battery saver disabled" when I turn the car off. I can't find any reference to battery saver in the manual. Any ideas?

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It talks about it when in accessory mode if I recall. Also, I think the lights won't stay on longer than 10 minutes once the ignition is turned off.

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I need to better understand my battery saver......as last evening, my new Limited with 302A on it had a dead battery in the morning.....as my parking lights were on all night. I recognize part of it was my fault for leaving the parking lights on, but part of me thought that the battery saver would protect itself and start "load shedding" to protect the battery. Maybe I have a setting not set properly....but I thought I had it all set properly.

Thanks,

Rick

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I need to better understand my battery saver......as last evening, my new Limited with 302A on it had a dead battery in the morning.....as my parking lights were on all night. I recognize part of it was my fault for leaving the parking lights on, but part of me thought that the battery saver would protect itself and start "load shedding" to protect the battery. Maybe I have a setting not set properly....but I thought I had it all set properly.

Thanks,

Rick

 

Apparently the parking lights are not on the batter saver circuit - just the headlights and interior lights. Not sure why.

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